They’re baaaaack.. this hippie staple may have been on the back burner for a decade or two, but the chunky style is making a comeback, and we’re pretty into it. Pair them with a flowy skirt, skinnies, slouchy trousers, or shorts, and you’ll be looking shockingly adorable.
Happy Monday y’all! Hope all of your weekends were relaxing and fun all at the same time. In case you haven’t noticed, festival fever is in full throttle right now, and everywhere we look we’re seeing some fresh festi fashions.
Now before we jump into this, have you guys heard of the Coachella Diet? The diet focuses on amping up your workout to the max before a festival weekend begins. In recent years, the media has made these festivals very image-driven, with a particular focus on crop tops and booty cut-offs. While we love ourselves some bohemian looks, we can’t emphasize enough our passion for a healthy body image. Let’s try to remember that these festivals are about music, fun with friends, and being carefree. You can still be gorgeous and trendy without crash dieting and worrying about your pant size beforehand.
On another (and more upbeat) note… Have you guys ever seen Jimmy Kimmel’s Lie Witness News, which pranks “music loving” hipsters at festivals? It’s worth a watch for a quick laugh!
Hey all! It’s time for another Room Refresh! Today we’re featuring the “global traveler” – someone who picks up things from their ventures, and just keeps adding! This style sort of sees no limits when it comes to pattern, texture and color. Inspired by the textures and patterns of other cultures, deep saturated hues are your calling, and everything in your home looks like it has a story behind it. Your bohemian quarters have great mood lighting, incense, and good books.
Here’s some inspiration to jump start your quest for the perfect boho home:
The best part about this style is you can never have too many trinkets, the more the merrier. Gathering things over time from the different places you’ve traveled is really the best way to pull this look together, but we were able get a similar vibe from objects available near you. *(Just in case you weren’t planning on going to South Africa or Morocco any time in the near future)